Best Practices in the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Resettlement and Movement Management
This learning course is for all IOM staff members who work in resettlement and movement management.
By the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
Define SEA and why its prevention is vital to the work that IOM does.
Outline the SEA risks migrants face in resettlement and movement management operations.
Describe the SEA prevention measures that are in place at IOM.
Propose how to report incidents of SEA if they occur.
This course includes the IOM Tip-Sheet on ‘Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Resettlement and Movement Management’. You can download the Tip-Sheet after completing the final quiz.
|Learning modality: Self-paced learning.|
|Date: Available all year round|
|Duration: Approximately 1 hour|
|Geographical Coverage: Global|
- Teacher: SDL ILEARN